Can a Lawyer Get a Bench Warrant Lifted?
Getting arrested can come as a shock to you. You may be certain you’ve not broken any laws, and you may be confused about why you’re being arrested. You may be unsure what a bench warrant is, let alone how to get it lifted.
Getting a bench warrant lifted or addressed can be tough without help, but that’s where a criminal defense lawyer at Chicago Trusted Attorneys™ can step in. We have the tools to address the bench warrant, represent you in court, and seek to get any charges dropped or dismissed.
Why Do I Have a Bench Warrant?
When you’re issued a bench warrant, your first step is understanding why you may have this outstanding warrant. Typically, bench warrants are issued when a person fails to appear in court. For example, you may have had a traffic ticket or DUI hearing, but you didn’t arrive at your hearing.
In these cases, a bench warrant may be issued to bring you to court for a hearing. You may also face further penalties if you failed to appear in court.
How a Defense Lawyer Can Help
If you checked for a warrant and found an outstanding one for your arrest, you may need legal guidance to avoid a messy situation. Luckily, that’s what your lawyer is here for.
With a warrant out for your arrest, you can be arrested at any time, which means you could face a public arrest. Your lawyer can arrange a discreet arrest that doesn’t leave you embarrassed. Your lawyer can contact the police to arrange your arrest, and they can discuss your options for bail before your arrest. That way, you can set yours up or contact a trusted person who can post your bail after you’re booked.
Handle Your Bench Warrant with a Warrant Attorney’s Help
If you’ve missed a court date, it could lead to an embarrassing arrest and more difficult legal problems. Worse, it can be difficult to ignore that bench warrant, not to mention deal with it alone.
But you don’t have to accept the bench warrant and an arrest at random. You can work with a defense lawyer at Chicago Trusted Attorneys™. Your defense lawyer can help you face the bench warrant and work to get your charges reduced or dismissed. Get a consultation about your case by calling 312-931-5411 or by filling out the online contact form below.